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INVC,, Chandigarh,, “Undeniably, the need of the hour is to implement a skill-based education system in place of the degree-based system to sincerely solve the problem of educated unemployment and to adhere to impeccable standards of teaching, training and research. A perfect blend of academics & practice needs to be infused.”said Dr S S Mantha, Chairman, AICTE, while delivering a lecture during a seminar on “Education Reforms: Role of Regulatory Bodies” organized by PHD Chamber at PHD House, here today. He was the chief guest on the occasion. “All the stakeholders should work together for the education system to improve,” Dr Mantha informed that AICTE does not recognize distance education, though it has allowed double shift in the educational institutes. He said that the aim should be to get more and more eligible people into higher education. Dr.Mantha said that higher education is undergoing metamorphosis throughout the world especially in this side of world where the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) is very less as compared to countries like US having 60% of GER. Earlier while welcoming the chief guest, Dr.Anshu Kataria, Convener, Education Sub-Committee, PHD Chamber said that it is high time that corporate entry be allowed to education sector as well since education has grown up to be an industry by now. “Research and innovation is the epitome of knowledge acquisition towards academic excellence. The embodiment of quality in research, innovation and academia in practices and values ensures the supremacy of a nation,” said Dalip Sharma, Regional Director, PHD Chamber adding that “the need of the hour is not just for individuals to have strong conceptual knowledge, but also strong application capabilities.” Dr.Zora Singh, Chirman, Desh Bahgat Group of Institutes stressed the need for central government funding to private institutions as well, said that not a single Indian university figures among Asian or world universities. Only a few centrally funded institutions rose to match the global standards i.e. IITs, IIMs at huge costs. Chandramohan, Director, Governing Body, Punjab Engineering College, stressed better industry academia interface. Dr.S.K.Joshi(IAS), Director, Technical Education, Haryana, G.S.Bahra, Chairman, Rayat & Bahra group and also highlighted various issues. Over hundred stakeholders in technical Education, academicians and government officials participated in the interaction. [caption id="attachment_19346" align="alignleft" width="226" caption="Dr S S Mantha, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education, AICTE interacting with the participants during the seminar on “Education Reforms Role of Regulatory Bodies"]Dr S S Mantha, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education, AICTE interacting with the participants during the seminar on “Education Reforms Role of Regulatory Bodies[/caption]

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